A GTA 6 March 25 reveal making the rounds online, but is there any truth to the speculation? GTA 6 might not have been announced yet, but with the huge success of GTA Online and previous installments of GTA, you know Rockstar has something planned already for the 6th Grand Theft Auto game.
Right now, we only have some rumor mill to rely on, and Rockstar was teasing the fans with the Rockstar Support account, telling us to stay tuned on Twitter for GTA 6 updates.
A report by Kotaku says, a new entry in the Grand Theft Auto series is in the very early stages of development as of April of the year 2020. That report suggested that we can expect to see a bit smaller launch, with the game expanded through recent updates in the manner of GTA Online.
The timing of development means expecting this game to be a PS5 and Xbox Series X title, and it is a sure bet, and the release of a remastered GTA 5 for PS5 in the year 2021 suggests that we could be waiting till at least 2022 for GTA 6.
Please keep reading for all the tea on the rumors circulating on the internet, which we have paired with some particularly entertaining theories from the GamesRadar team.
To satiate your appetites, below, you will find everything we know about the sixth part, from how many characters it might have to potential locations, thanks to a flood of information from an alleged GTA 6 Project Americas leak.
Rockstar’s GTA 6 | Update On The Game Development And Release
The former President of Rockstar North teased the entry of the next series back in the year 2013 in a four-part interview with Develop magazine, which got the online rumor mill stated: “We do not know as of now what GTA 6 will be, but we have got some ideas,” said Benzies in an interview.
“We have got about 45 years’ worth of ideas that we want to do. We will pick the right ones.
The map and the story get worked-up together, and this story is a basic flow of how it works out so that you can layer the mission in.” Of course, Benzies didn’t give much away about what form GTA 6 will take and recently left Rockstar North in reasonably acrimonious circumstances.
However, it is unlikely that Rockstar will rip up the GTA series’ tried-and-tested development process, where building a world comes first with characters and structures layered on top.